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    So I did up what I thought was an awesome name list but my partner shot it to pieces. He thinks the names I like are old fashioned. Can anyone open my eyes to some unique names that we both might like? I'm not into popular names as I'm a kindergarten teacher.

    Some names that I had on my list that he crossed out were:
    Quinn
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    Wren

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    Do you have some examples of names that he likes or has on his list?

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    Default Unique name help!

    Some names he is ok with are Katherine (I'm not keen), Madaline and Georgia. We both like Noah, Eli, Elias.

    We won't be finding out gender til birth.
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    I don't know if they're unique as such but names I love and had on my lists over the years are:

    Clementine
    Francesca (nn Frankie)
    Evangeline (nn Evie)
    Eden
    Daisy
    Camille
    Harriet
    Sadie
    Polly
    Remy


    Clancy
    Hamish
    Jeremiah
    Phineas
    Sullivan
    Tennyson
    Bruno
    Luca
    Hugo
    Monty
    Soloman

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    Elliott
    Elsie
    Maisy
    Claudia

    Ari
    Aldo
    Peter
    Artie

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    I like Harriet and Camille. Partner doesn't like any of those.... Good thing we have started early.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    I like Harriet and Camille. Partner doesn't like any of those.... Good thing we have started early.
    Have you tried typing both your likes into Nymbler or another name generator? Might throw up some suggestions.

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    I like Xavier and Elijah for boys. And Evie for a girl

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    Have you tried typing both your likes into Nymbler or another name generator? Might throw up some suggestions.
    Great idea!

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